[Gluster-users] Directory writes yes, directory reads no

KE Liew ke.liew at gmail.com
Tue Jun 3 08:25:28 UTC 2008

It would be useful to know which version you're using, and what your setup
is. Posting your spec file and logs can help too.


On Tue, Jun 3, 2008 at 1:17 AM, Scott Larson <stl at wiredrive.com> wrote:

>     The quick question:  Has anyone else run into the issue where
> they can write files to a directory, but then are unable to see them
> with something like `ls`?  After starting the server and client and
> mounting the glusterfs share to /mnt/gluster, if I cd into it and run
> `touch foo && ls`, no files are visible.  However if I then look at
> the actual directory being shared, /usr/export, file foo is present.
> This problem seems counterintuitive.  I can provide logs and the
> config if there isn't an obvious answer, however nothing in the logs
> immediately grabs me.
>     As a background, I'm looking at alternatives to our Isilon
> cluster, and all of our client servers are FreeBSD 7.0.  I know that
> is not currently a supported client OS, however GlusterFS would be a
> seemingly good candidate for our needs and the fact writes actually
> work is promising.
> --
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